Criminal Defense

Every criminal case in Tulsa is unique, and sometimes the case can get complicated very quickly. But have no fear, we are a very experienced defense firm who knows exactly how to handle your case and we are here to help guide you through each step.

Our aggressive defense team has extensive knowledge of Oklahoma laws and regulations, which gives us an advantage in securing a not-guilty outcome for your case. Over the years of helping many wrongfully-convicted clients secure the outcome they deserve. For decades our defense firm has been practicing criminal law in Tulsa. Our experienced attorneys have served clients for nearly every type of Oklahoma criminal case and we know how to approach your case with

Some of the common case-types our lawyers see from Tulsa clients are below.

Assault and Battery

Tulsa Assault AttorneyIf you or a loved one has been charged with assault and battery we can help. Our assault and battery attorneys may be able to help get the charges reduced or completely dismissed.  We’ll review the charges looking for any weakness in the States case against you. For the State to prove assault and battery they’ve got certain obstetrical’s to overcome. Assault and battery attorneys with years of experience defending this type of crime understand this and know how to exploit their advantage.

If you retain one of our assault and battery attorneys in Tulsa, we’ll ensure your case receives the time and attention it deserves in order to best protect your legal rights. Read on to learn more about Oklahoma assault and battery laws.

Criminal Defense Blog

Oklahoma Manslaughter Crimes

First Degree and Second Degree Manslaughter: Oklahoma Manslaughter Crimes are very serious criminal charges. Oklahoma defines manslaughter under Title 21 § 74-711 & 716.  Both first and second degree involve unintentional killing of another person.  First degree falls under § 711.  This includes the killing of someone due to the heat of passion, cruelly, or while in commission of another crime.  So as in the case above, the defendant was driving under the influence when the wreck and subsequent death occurred.  This is how first degree Oklahoma… Read More

Defending Breaking and Entering in Tulsa

In Oklahoma Breaking and Entering is more common than you think.  Often people don’t realize they’re committing the offense.  The simple act of even pushing an ajar door open can count as breaking and entering.  If you receive charges of breaking and entering let us help.  The following contains more information on how to recognize breaking and entering. Tulsa Lawyer Discusses Breaking and Entering: Oklahoma Statute Title 21 § 1438 defines the crime.  You must “intentionally,” or “willfully” enter into a structure without the owner’s or dweller’s… Read More

Tulsa Criminal Attorneys Discuss Larceny

This crime is one that comes in many different degrees and is different depending on the value of the property involved, who it was taken from and in some cases what type of property was involved together with whether it was day or night when the property was taken.. In Oklahoma the statutory reference for this type of criminal offense is Title 21 Section 1701 When the State charges you with larceny it must prove two things. First it must prove that you took the personal property… Read More

Possession of a Stolen Vehicle in Oklahoma

 Possession of a Stolen Vehicle in Oklahoma: As you can probably guess, possession of a stolen vehicle is a crime.  Under 47 Okl.St.Ann. § 4-103, there must be certain factors present before the court can convict you on the charge.  These include: – You must know the vehicle is stolen; – Have possession of the vehicle; and – You cannot have any legal grounds to have the vehicle. “Legal grounds” would be that you legitimately believe you bought the vehicle or the vehicle is yours and you… Read More